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Get personalised support and skills to live the way you want to, regardless of your vision level.

Maximise your independence.

Statement from Guide Dogs Australia

Guide Dogs Australia (GDA) is absolutely committed to its important work as a charitable apolitical organisation in line with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) regulations.

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Our National Corporate Partners

Our community is committed to yours.

We’re thankful to have an incredible group of Corporate Partners who support us through donations, products and services in kind, volunteering and workplace giving.

Meet our National Partners
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Guide Dogs invites you to CatchUp

An accessible online community platform for people with low vision and blindness.

Check out your new home base for social connection, information, and more. It’s called CatchUp. You’ll find social discussions, resources and news, and opportunities to connect with people with low vision and blindness.

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Support Guide Dogs

Your support is vital.

There are so many ways to give and every single gift is crucial. Your contribution supports our life-changing work in the community.
Your donation is the difference
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Help our pups to grow and graduate

International Guide Dog Day

"Rethink Refusal" this International Guide Dog Day

This year, our campaign Rethink Refusal campaign aims to educate businesses, industries and the wider community on how a Guide Dog refusal can have serious implications for the immediate safety of a person with low vison or blindness.

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About our Dogs

From puppies to life-changing partners.

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Volunteer and get involved

There are so many ways to get involved and support the Guide Dogs community.

  • Raise a puppy

    Do you have what it takes to raise the next generation of world-class Guide Dogs? Puppy Raisers play a vital role in supporting puppies on the path to graudation.
  • Walk Guide Dogs

    Walk our Guide Dog mums and dads-to-be. The distance and time varies depending on each dog’s requirements.
  • Lend a helping paw in the kennels

    Volunteers in our Training Kennels assist with hands-on tasks such as cleaning kennels, and feeding, walking, and grooming the dogs.
  • Help out with our grounds and gardens

    Fancy yourself as a bit of a green thumb? You can help out with regular maintenance of our grounds and gardens.
  • Assist with special events

    Volunteers are required throughout the year for various special events and functions.
  • Help out with administration

    You can assist with mail outs, filing, data entry and other general administrative duties.

Pet Insurance

Guide Dogs Pet Insurance.

The only pet insurance that helps support Guide Dogs Australia!

Get cover for cats, dogs or registered Guide Dogs.

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Time to CatchUp

Want a place to connect, learn and educate others with low vision or blindness?